Once, they were cleanshaven boys in opening credit “Brady Bunch” blocks, and now stars Christopher Knight and Barry Williams are men with “Movember” mustaches.
The “Movember” movement started in Australia 18 years ago. Both men took part in facial hair growing to highlight issues that affect men. The charity hopes to bring attention to men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide.
Earlier in November, the men announced their friendly competition. Now they’re back and showing off their full-fledged facial hair, and it’s pretty impressive.
Knight posted a side-by-side photo of both men on Instagram, asking for fans to judge between them. Williams took to his Twitter account to ask fans for their opinion, too.
One Williams fan said Knight lost a long time ago, posting a “Brady Bunch” clip of Knight’s fake mustache falling off during a scene. That “Peter and the Wolf” episode aired back on Oct. 12, 1973.
For the record, Williams is 67, and Knight is 64 years young.
‘Brady Bunch’ Stars To Be In Haylie Duff Movie
Both men will be featured in an upcoming Lifetime movie with other “Brady Bunch” stars for “PEOPLE Presents: Blending Christmas.”
The TV movie trailer dropped earlier in November, with Haylie Duff (Emma) and Aaron O’Connell (Liam) bringing their families together for the holidays.
It looks like there’s some good stuff ahead as a voiceover teases, “Will this romantic holiday getaway be ruined by a Bunch… of unexpected guests?”
Other “Brady Bunch” original cast members include Mike Lookinland (Bobby), Susan Olsen (Susan), and Robbie Rist (Cousin Oliver). “Brady Bunch” movie star Jennifer Elise Cox, Beth Broderick, Telma Hopkins, and Greg Evigan also play roles.
Actress turned director Marla Sokoloff directs the movie, which airs on Dec. 12 at 8 p.m. Eastern.
Knight Honors Former ‘Brady Bunch’ Mom With Picture
Christopher Knight posted a picture of him with Williams and former TV mom Florence Henderson last week.
Knight and Henderson attended a November event before her death in 2016. The trio shines in their formal wear and bright smiles. According to People, Henderson supported her friend and former on-screen daughter, Maureen McCormick. McCormick competed on “Dancing With The Stars,” and Henderson was there for the show only three days before her sudden death.
The “Brady Bunch” star shared how much he appreciated Henderson on the show and how she nurtured her to her TV family.
Other fans chimed in on the loving post.
Another Instagram user added, “Beautiful picture of the 3 of you. Still can’t believe she’s gone. Her memory lives on forever. She will always be “a lovely lady” and TV’s best mom ever! How lucky you and all the rest of the cast to have known her and worked with her.”